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Tracing the source of an imported subroutine


Inserting use Devel::Peek qw( ); BEGIN { Devel::Peek::Dump(&foo); } before the line that gives the warning will tell you which package (COMP_STASH) and file name (FILE).

A solution that also gets you the line number is possible. The function's opcode tree could be walked until a nextstate is found (which is probably the very first op of the tree). The file name and line number can be extracted from the op. nextstate ops set the file and line number issued by runtime warnings.

Notes:

  • #line directives affect both solutions.

  • If a module exports an imported sub, both solution would give the original package and file of origin, not of the intermediary.


Categories : Perl

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